MONSTA X will be coming to Australia in June! If you haven’t already heard, the talented boy group will be visiting Sydney and Melbourne!
There is no better time than to learn or even just have a small recap of their music videos and special moments. We will start off with some of their (most) aesthetic music videos!
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Check out our list of aesthetic MONSTA X music videos below!
Everything about the filmography and the scenic view about this music video makes it aesthetic! The boys obviously look absolutely amazing as they dance on the roof of a tall building too. The calming dull blue of the sky surrounding them and their perfect dance formation just makes this so special. The night view of the building with the pretty lights near the end just makes the music video even better!
Of course, MONSTA X saying that they’ll be your ‘Hero‘ is enough to make every Monbebe swoon!
4. ‘Shoot Out’
The ‘Shoot Out‘ music video is the perfect combination of beautiful, sexy and dangerous. The opening of the music video is set out perfectly with the lights, camera and effects making every member look as beautiful as they are. Whilst this music video doesn’t have an elaborate plot or amazing props as other music videos, ‘Shoot Out‘ showed the beauty of simplicity. The bareness in the music video further expressed the feelings the boys were trying to convey making it even more appealing!
3. ‘Play It Cool’
MONSTA X are the definition of fancy and confident in this music video. Collaborating with Steve Aoki, the boys deliver a video oozing with their unique charms. Whilst Steve Aoki takes a leisurely drive showing the beautiful scenery, MONSTA X stroll inside a fancy looking hotel. The way the music video is filmed to make the transitions look fluid really makes this the special point. The bright colours and strong gold and silver colours in the music video again, creates a fancy vibe making the music video aesthetic.
The MONSTA X members goofing around and having fun whilst still looking as stunning as ever adds extra points!
2. ‘Shine Forever’
‘Shine Forever‘ differs from most of the group’s music videos as it primarily consists of scenes filmed outside. The beautiful greenery and nature gives the music video a refreshing vibe which actually fits the song much more than expected. The green trees, brown logs, clear water, grey caves all create a beautiful and aesthetic background for the music video. What makes ‘Shine Forever‘ impressive is the light sticks (not the Mondoongie) that the members find as the music video nears its end. The beautiful image that is created through arranging the numerous light sticks around the members at the end and Kihyun‘s unveiling of his blindfold by far makes this one of MONSTA X‘s most aesthetic music videos!
‘Beautiful‘ as the name suggests is absolutely beautiful and stunning! Every single second of this music video is arguably a masterpiece. With each member having their own special theme which is elaborately thought out, this music video is just perfection. With the accessories in Joohoney‘s hair and Minhyuk‘s glitter, the small details make this even better. The way their dance is perfectly filmed, the fluid transitions between the different scenes and the amazing sets makes this music video perfect in every aspect. The dark blue and purples of the music video as well as the way their dance expresses a flower so well adds to the artistic nature of it. Everything, including the way they throw their jackets is perfect.
MONSTA X taking off their jackets and throwing it away is definitely just a bonus here!
That was our list of just five of MONSTA X‘s most aesthetic music videos. We will be going through more of their music so don’t be upset we didn’t mention your favourite!
What is MONSTA X‘s most aesthetic music video in your opinion? Tell us in the comments below!
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Written by Karen
Edited by Karen